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2010 BMW S1000RR Project Bike 1 Photo Gallery

Interested in modifying your BMW S1000RR Superbike? Find out how Motorcycle USA does it in this project bike test. 2010 BMW S1000RR Project Bike 1 review.

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2010 BMW S1000RR Project Bike dyno chart.
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The Yoshimura R-77 full exhaust system reduced the bike’s weight by 13.1 pounds down to 437 pounds with a full tank of fuel.
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As usual Yoshimura craftsmanship continues to blow us away.
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2010 BMW S1000RR Project Bike.
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We love the racier look of the Yosh pipe.
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It’s hard to improve BMW’s stock S1000RR exhaust but the Yoshimura did boosting peak horsepower by 6.39.
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Attention to detail and overall quality is exquisite on the Yoshimura R-77 exhaust.
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A up close view of the header-to-mid-pipe junction on the R-77 Yoshimura exhaust.
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The Yoshimura R-77 exhaust (left) compared to stock (right).
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The LCR shock linkage helps the rider control power slides when exiting corners.
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The LCR shock linkage changes the attitude of the motorcycle. For optimum results an ride-height adjustable shock needs to be installed.
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As always cornering stability is a strong point with the BMW.
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Tearing up Chuckwalla Valley Raceway aboard the BMW S1000RR.
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The OE-fitted Metzler Racetech K3 tires work well on the racetrack.
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With the LCR link it is much easier to control the rear tire during power slides off corners.
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The LCR shock linkage allows the back tire to dig into the pavement even harder than stock.
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An optional muffler insert reduces exhaust noise down to levels comparable to stock.
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Zooming around the streets aboard the S1000RR.
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With its advanced electronics, power engine and friendly chassis it’s no wonder why the S1000RR is the best sportbike of ’10.
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2010 BMW S1000RR Project Bike.